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04 CBR600RR shift pedal linkage bolt broke off HELP

So I was in 3rd gear, just riding about and suddenly I couldn't find the shifter pedal. Luckily I was about 2 minutes away from home, so I somehow made it back home.

Upon inspection it looks like the bolt that connects the shifter rod has snapped off. The other end of the bolt is still stuck in there and I'm guessing I might have to use a drill to punch out. Is there a pin behind holding the rod in place behind?

Does anyone know the torque spec for tightening something like this?

Lastly, I'm thinking I'd just need to buy something like this?

04 Honda CBR600RR CBR 600RR Gearshifter Gear Shifter Linkage Rod Arm Pedal | eBay

Thanks for all the help in advance!
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www.hondaeasttoledo.com Honda dealer & site sponsor check out this link for asm break down
http://partstream.arinet.com/Mobile/...3tsI_yTM1.html

I am sure you can order just the individual bolt (#11 in the illustration ) you need Part Number: 90113-MBB-000 $6.09
http://partstream.arinet.com/Mobile/...c5G2k3og1.html



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awesome, will order from there, and thanks for the assembly breakdown!


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www.hondaeasttoledo.com Honda dealer & site sponsor check out this link for asm break down
http://partstream.arinet.com/Mobile/...3tsI_yTM1.html

I am sure you can order just the individual bolt (#11 in the illustration ) you need Part Number: 90113-MBB-000 $6.09
http://partstream.arinet.com/Mobile/...c5G2k3og1.html
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Get a set of easy outs and some drill bits to remove the broken bolt. Just be careful not to tap on or hit the bolt very hard. There is some kind of pin inside (don't remember exactly what it's called) that can be damaged if you bang on it.

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Whats this pin you speak of? Ive got aftermarket rearsets and that bolt is long gone by the previous owner. Hope nothing critical fell out.
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Whats this pin you speak of? Ive got aftermarket rearsets and that bolt is long gone by the previous owner. Hope nothing critical fell out.
i have no idea.. but i'm just going to drill it out anyways
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He is talking about the top part of the shifter vertical rod like what occurred in this thread
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=294505



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Yes, that is exactly the thread I was thinking of. Thanks Moe!
I've never had this issue myself, so I can't really offer any other tips.


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crap, 90113-MBB-000 is actually the wrong part. maybe my pic wasn't clear, but the bolt that broke off is the one that connects rod on the bottom to swivel bracket (?) thing.

can anyone help out with part number for this?
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crap, 90113-MBB-000 is actually the wrong part. maybe my pic wasn't clear, but the bolt that broke off is the one that connects rod on the bottom to swivel bracket (?) thing.

can anyone help out with part number for this?
You got the link for the complete asm & the actual bolt that broke off so it should be easy as pie to figure out what you need also when you say swivel bracket do you mean the shifter itself or something else



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post a better picture.

sounds like the ball joint broke so you need a new linkage assembly.
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post a better picture.

sounds like the ball joint broke so you need a new linkage assembly.
sorry guys, should've taken a better pic.

so this is the bolt that broke off..

hopefully this will help finding the right part, and as always, thank you so much in advance!
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I am going nuts trying to find a different illustration for bolts in that area and I can not find any different than the one I already posted



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What rearsets do you have? I'd figure that out and then go from there as far as contacting the manufacturer...

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What rearsets do you have? I'd figure that out and then go from there as far as contacting the manufacturer...

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ahhh got the bike 2nd hand and i have no idea which rearset this is.....
it's a reach but i'll try contacting the seller for more info... thanks!
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Ya no problem. I just saw moe was posting diagrams for stock rearsets but you have something aftermarket. Looks like you have 2 linkages set up for gp shift if I'm looking at it right (could be wrong)... Anyway. I'd start by figuring out the brand

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